In late January 2020, following the burst in the two wastewater sludge pipelines buried in a tunnel deep under Mt Albert, Wellington Water engaged engineering firm Stantec to identify repair options and manage the project.
Brian Perry Civil were then engaged as the lead contractor to undertake the enabling works and to manage the other contractors working on site.
A long list of options was quickly whittled down to a shortlist of two options for relining the existing pipes.
From the shortlist SaniTube, from German Company, Amex Sanivar, was selected because it offered the best value for money, could be installed quickly and highly experienced New Zealand agent and installer Hadlee and Brunton was able to undertake the work.
Despite the additional challenge of the global pandemic both pipes were successfully relined by the end of May 2020, thanks to the multi-disciplinary team brought together to deliver this innovative repair.
EDIT* Thanks all for huge response. As I mentioned earlier I have limited seats to offer so it will be first come first serve bases :D Here is a link to make your bookings: forms.gle...
Kindly do not make any payments before I confirm your child's seat via text msg.
I am super excited to make it a big Artsy Fam. Yay!
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I am an artist and designer. I am offering Kid's Painting Lessons for the upcoming school holidays ( 3rd July -20th July)
🥳 Fun time painting with other artsy friends
🥳 Learning a new painting technique each session
🥳 Complete artwork on canvas to walk away with and feel proud of
🎨Age groups : 5-10yrs
🎨Class duration : 1.5 hrs
🎨Fees : $20 per session
*All materials will be provided
*Seats limited to max 6 kids / session
Tuesday - 7th July (11am to 12:30pm)
Wednesday - 8th July (11am to 12:30pm)
Tuesday - 14th July (11am to 12:30pm)
Wednesday - 15th July (11am to 12:30pm)
Feel free to message me if you are interested.
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Come and grab a bargain before it all goes to the op shop. Sheet sets, fleece blankets, oil heaters, kitchen items, camping table, camp stretchers, tent, gazebo, camp chairs, set of instruments for X box rock band, large camp oven, fire surrounds, printers, tools etc. Saturday 4th July from 9.30 to 12.30 at 21 Witham St, Island Bay.